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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH rniLADELPfll A, MONDAT, JULY 11, 1870.
I
K try mrr
C1.0THIN0.
MKN'fl, YOUTHS' AND BOTS,
Am. Stti.ks,
Buttkr ik Mark,
1EKTTKR I If Styi.k,
1?ttkr in evkrt wat,
Than ant Other Stick of
Kiadt-Mapk Clothing
in
rniI.ADKI.rHIA,
AND BOLD AT
GUARANTEED LOWER PrUClIS.
IMf-vay ) Bennktt A CO.,
lietxcttn Fifth y Tower Halt,,
and Sixth fit. ) No. 619 Market Street.
Tun Worry of Ailing Children! Their lll-hu-morod
fretting when too peevish to play and not
sick enough to give up how familiar Is this phase
of childhood to every parent! Frequently, too, there
Is apparent a want of appetite, a depression of
spirits, an evident loss of strength and vitality, and
etui no development of specific disease; bat with
these symptoms to deal with, you may be sure a
good, safe tonic, such as Dr. Jayne's Vermifuge,
will, In a short time, bring the little patient around
and restore the general health. This preparation,
besides, relieves Dyspepsia In adults, and thoroughly
eradicates Worms In old and young. Every mother
would do well to keep a supply of so safe and prac
tical a curative on hand. Sold everywhere.
Small size, 37 cents; double size, 60 cents per
bottle.
A New Addition to our National Bill of Fare.
The committee of ladies appointed by the Farmers'
Club of the American Institute, among whom was
au eminent medical graduate and the wife of the
Secretary of the Institute, state In their report that a
packet of Sea Moss Farine, costing twenty-five
cents, will produce, when combined with milk, in
due proportion, full sixteen quarts of blanc mange,
while a packet of corn starch, maizena or farina,
costing sixteen cents, will only produce, with a like
quantity of milk, from four to six quarts, thus show
ing that the new food staple Is actually worth, as a
means of nourishment, about one hundred and fifty
per cent, more than heretofore-popular prepara
tions from maize and grain. It is also stated that it
has none of ihe heating properties of ordinary fari
naceous food, and is digcBted and assimilated with
wonderful rapidity.
One of the most delightful places of summer re
sort to be found anywhere In the country is at North
Wales, on vhe line of the North Pennsylvania Kail
road. The North Wales Ilotel, which has been lately
remodelled and furnished In elegant style, is now
receiving boarders for the season. The proprietor
(Abel Lukens) is well known to very many persons
as Just the man for the place.
Mr. William W. Cassidy, the jeweller ftt No. 23
Soath Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware In the city. Ho has also on hand a fine assort
ment of line American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the worth of their money.
Vast Quantities of Iv ory Destroyed. Thou
sands of teeth that might last a lifetime are lost
every year, simply because the parties concerned
either forget or do not appreciate the fact that Sozo
iont, duly applied, renders the dental substance
proof against decay.
Singer's Family Sewing Machines,
Ten dollar cash.
Blance in monthly instalment
O. If. Davis, No. 810 Oheanut street.
New Style Picture. The Gorman Ohromoa madeby
A. K. P. Traslc, Mo. 40 N. Eighth street. They must be
een to be admired.
Accidents will occur even in the best-regulated
families, and "Spaulding's Glue" should be kept
handy.
Cape May. To enjoy the best table, home com
forts, and the best bathing, go to the Ocean House.
iriAUiuuu.
League C romwkll. On the oth Instant, by Rev.
Samuel Ditrborow, Robert S. Leaoue to mart M.
Cromwell, daughter of the late Captain Joseph
Michaels, all ol this city. i
ih;i.
Divine. On Friday evening, July 8, 1870, Wil.
li a si Divikh, In the 70th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from his late resi
dence, No. 1S02 Locust street, on Wednesday after
noon, the 13th Instant, at 3 o'clock. Interment as
Woodlands.
Ogdkk. On the Oth Instant, David C. Ooden, In
the 69th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend his funeral, from his residence,
Woodbury, N. J., on the 12th Instant, at 2 o'clock.
Turner. on the evening of the 9th instant, An
drew Turner.
The relatives and friends of th family, and the
Conference of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Augus
tine's Arch Confraternity, are respectfully Invited to
attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 464
N. Sixth street, on Wednesday morning, the 13th in
stant, at &x o'clock. Services and Interment at St.
Augustine's.
CLOTHING.
JONES'
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. 604 MARKET Street.
OUR GARMENTS ARB WELL MADE.
OUR CUTTERS ARB MEN OF TALENT!
BUT ONE PRICE IS ASKED.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED EVERY PUR
CHASER.
umwfsptr CEO. W. NIEMANN.
WINDOW FASTENER.
riMlE UNRIVALLED NEVER-FAILING,
X fcELF-LOtiKING WINDOW FAST. The beet.most
complete, perfect, and durable article for securing
windows either with or without wight that baa erer
been offered to the public. Designed for the ose of dwell
ings, stores, factories, steamboats, street and steam rail
way cars; securely locks the windows in any denired
potition, and can easily be applied to old and new
Manufactured by the Boston and Meriden Manufaotnr-
in. fiomnn. No. fiia (JOMMBKOiS Street, and
sold ty all the pmoipal Hardware houses in the
city.
U 1 HI 111 Tf 1U
ART EXHIBITION.
Q l'UUJU I2X1I11I1T10JV,
AT OHABLES F. HASELT1NES ART GALLERY
No. 1133 CHE8NUT Street, Brann's famous Autotypes
of Paris), comprising Paintings, Drawings, Frescoes,
t:. nf thtt ffalleriea of Paris. Vienna. Florence.
Rome. Milan, Basle, Sexe-Weimar, ate., etc, amounting
to tiOOO diTerse subjects. Also, 8u0 diverse views of
Kuronean scenery and antiquities.
n.iniiUr.Uantion is called to "Moses.n by Michel
Angelo, as never before exhibited; the sew series of
Paintings by Carlo Dolui, Oarloni, Salvi, Ouido Rent, etc ;
the whole collection of Rousseau's Landscapes; and the
Rembrandt Oollection oi ins uanery oi uaasei. it
MACHINERY.
COTTON AND WOOL FINI8IIING MA
chines, Shears. Brushing. Napping and fulling, Lap.
Dins and Measuring Machines, Iron. Temples, New
tutWr.aad Ioe.s.adr.P.jr.a.p.e.aUy
repairs a susciaity .
llKOKUK G. HOWARD.
6tmi
No. IT SoutU MICH 1 KB. M'l'ii Street.
SUMMER RESORTS.
SUMMER RESORTS ON THE LINE OF
PHILADELPHIA AMD RKADIKO RAILROAD
AAD BRANOHV8.
MAT 90, 1S70.
MANSION HOITHK, Mf, CARBON.
Mr , Caroline Wnndor Ppftsrille P. O., Schuylkill
TUhUARORA HOTEL,
Mrs. at. L. Miller, Tn.caroia P. O., Schuylkill county.
JnAIinlON liOUNfC.
W. F. Biolth, Wahanoy Oity P. O., Schuylkill oountr.
MOUNT OARMEL HOUSE, TOUm
Oharlee Onlp.'Mount tliirmel P. O . Northumberland 00
WHITE- HOUSE,
F. Mayer, Reading P. ).. Herks county.
ANDALUSIA HALL,
Henry We rer. Rnading P. O.. Berks county.
(jENTRAli AVENUE HALL,
O. D. DAT Reading P. O., Berks county.
, . SPRING MILL HKIOHTS,
Jaoob H. Brh. Uonhnhncken P. O , Montgomery oo.
BOYERTOWN SEMINARY,
I M. Koos. Boyertown P. O,, Horks oouniy.
LITIS! 8PRINO8,
George F. Gresder, Litis P. O., Lancaster oonnty.
. LIVING SPRINGS HOTEL,
Dr. A. Smith, Wernomville P. O.. Berks connty.
GOLD HI KINGS HOTEL, LEBANON COUNTY,
Wm. Lereh, , Pine Grove P. (.. Schuylkill oounty.
. t KPHRATA SPRINGS.
John Frederic. Fphrnta P. O., Incaster county.
, PEKKIOMHN BRIDGE HOTEL,
Davis Lonjraker. Col Incerille P. O.. Montgomery co,
, PROSPECT TERR AUK,
Dr. James Palmer, Ooltpeeville P. O., Montgomery o
DOUTY HOUSE,
ueorge H. Bnrr, Shamokin, Northumberland county.
Kxoursion Tickets will be sold at Philadelphia to and
irora above points at reduced rates, good for same day
issued, and on Saturdays good until the following Mon-ay-
6 25 2m
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON
AND B ALT I II ORE RAILROAD.
NATIONAL CAMP MEETING AT OAK
INGTON, Ml).,
Commencing TUESDAY, July 12, isro, and contlnu.
lng teu days.
Trains for Camp Ground will leave Philadelphia
(Sunday excepted) at 8-30 and 11-45 A. M. and
and 11-30 P. M.
Round trip tickets at reduced rates can be pur
chased at No. 8-23 CUESNUT Street, or at Depot
BROAD Street and WASHINGTON Avenue. .'
7 7l2t H. F. RENNET, Superintendent.
ATLANTIC H OUSE,
Newport, Rhode Island,
board iikduckd.
This Hotel will be opened MAT 30, at $3-50 per
day for transient boarders.
Families may make special arrangements by the
week or season.
WM. W. HAZARD,
411mf4p PROPRIETOR.
BELMONT HALL,
SCUOOLEVS MOUNTAIN, N. J.,
IS NOW OPEN.
This favorite resort has been greatly improved
and enlarged, and offers superior Inducements to
those seeking a healthy, quiet, and fashionable re
treat for the summer at reduced prices.
7 11 lm
D. A. CROWELL, Proprietor.
g E N T Z HOUSE,
Nob. 17 and 19 EAST MAIN STREET,
CARLISLE, PENNA.
The attention of the travelling community, and
persons seeking a quiet summer resort, are called to
this first-class Ilotel, new and handsomely furnished
throughout, with all the modern conveniences.
Terms ior summer Dnaraers so to iu per week.
612m GEORGE Z. BENTZ, Proprietor.
LAKE GEORGE LAKE HOUSE, CALD
well. N. Y. Best of accommodations for tnmiliaa
and gentlemen.
Board per day, Q3'E0: from June 1 to July 1, $14 per
week ; for the seaxon, $14 to $17'U, according to room ; for
the months of July and August, $1760; August, $21.
linen irom uuue i to vciouer m. Aaaress
6o8m li. J. ROOKWELI..
CIIITTENANGO.
WHITE BULPHER SPRINGS.
Aladison county. N. Y,
First-class Hotel, with every requisite.
Drawins-room and HleeDinir-cura from New York citv.
via Hudson River Railroad at 8 A- M. and tt P. M. . with.
out change. Send for circular. 6 ti 2m
BEESLET'S POINT HOTEL, CAPE MAY CO.,
N. J., is now open for the reception of visitors
W. V. WOOD,
0 301m'' Proprietor.
TO LET, IN HADDONFIELD, N. J. PART
of a desirable House, furnished or unfurnished.
luuire Of S. APPLETON, No. 314 CUESNUT
Street. It
FURNACES.
Established in 1835.
Invariably the greatest success over all competition
whenever and wherever exhibited or used in the
UNITED STATES.
CHARLES WILLIAMS'
Patent Golden Eagle Furnaces,
Acknowledged by the loading Architects and Builders to
be the moat powerful and durable Furnaces ottered, and
the moat prompt, systematic, and largest house in this
line of business.
HEAVY REDUCTION IN PRICES,
and only first-class work turned out.
Nof. 1132 and 1131 MARKET Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
N. B.-BFND FOR BOOK OF FACTS ON HEAT
AND VENTILATION. 6 331m
INSTRUCT ION.
I7DGEIIILL, MERCIIANTVILLE, N. J., WILL BE
-opened for SUMMER BOARDERS from July 1 to
September 115, 18T0.
The House Is new and pleasantly located, with
plenty of shade. Rooms large and airy, a number
of them communicating, and wiu first-class
board.
A few families caa be accommodated by applying
early.
For particulars call on or address
REV. T. W. CATTELL,
7 1 Merchantville, N. J.
CUEGARAY INSTITUTE, Nos. 1527 AND
1529SPRUCK Street, Philadelphia, will reopen on
TUSbDAY, September 111. French is the language oi th
larcily, and is oonstantly spoken in the iuntitute.
ti lawful bin U U'llKK Vll.LV, Principal.
HY. li A IJ 1 12 It JI A C II li
e CLASSICAL, SOIENT! flO. AND COMMER
CIAL ACADEMY, ASSEMBLY BClLDlN'J, No. Iu8
South TENTH Street. A Primary, Elementary, and
Finishing School. Circulars at Mr. Warburton'a, No. 430
Chesnut street 6 30 tf
HAIR CURLERS.
rp II li li V 1 13 It I O K
XIAIXt OXJItLElTS,
AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE FOR THE LADIES
(Patented July 9, 18o7.)
This Carter is the most perfect invention ever offered
to the public It is easily operated, neat in appearance
and will not injurs the hair, as there is no heat required,
nor any metal lio aubstanoe used to rust er break the hair
Manufactured oni, and for sale wholesale and retail, by
McJIII.I.A. afc CO.,
i S3 6m No, 63 North FRONT Street. Philadelphia.
'Sold at all ry Gooda, Trimming and Notion Stores.
MAT8 AND CAPS.
WARBURTON'S IMPROVED VENTI
lated and easy Bttin Drose Hats (patented), in a
Lu ImDraved faahiona
ottheseasoB, OUB.SM'1' Street
nest (tout U tU Poet Oftea
BUMMER RESORTS.
A TLA K TIC CITY.
UNITED 8TATE8 HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.,
IS NOW OPEN.
Reduction of Twenty Per Cent, in the
Price of Board.
Manic nnder the direction of Professor M. F. Aledo.
Terms, $30 per week.
Persons desiring to en gags rooms will address.
BROWN A WOELPPER, Proprietors,
No. 837 RICHMOND Street, Philadelphia.
tBtbitnlm 6 26 dim 7 86 thutolm
SURF HOUSE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
is now open for thel season. Besides the ad
vantage of location this bouse enjoys, and the fine
bathing contiguous to it, a railroad has been constructed
since last season to convey guests from the hotel to the
bpach. The house has beon overhauled and refitted
throughout, and no pains will be spared to make it, in
every particular,
A FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
611 8m J. FRRA8. Proprietor.
JIGIITIIOUSE COTTAGE,
Located between United States Hotel and the beach,
ATLANTIC OITY, N. J.
BOARD REDUCED.
Open from June 1 to October 1.
6 l-2m JONAH WOOTTON, Proprietor.
TII E WILSON COTTAGE,
ATLANTIC CITV.
A new and well-furnlshed Boardlmr-housc on
NORTH CAROLINA Avenue, near the Depot.
j rrms to suiu
7 6 1 ra- ROBERT L. FCREY, Proprietor.
BEACH COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITV. NOW
open. A first-class Familv Boardinor House.
MICHIGAN Avenue, near the Beach. NO BAR.
Terras to suit all. Apply to J. B. DOYLE, Proprie
tor, or E. F. PARROX1, No. 85 N. EIGHTH Street,
corner of Filbert. 7 1 lm
ATEPTUNE COTTAGE (LATE MANN'S
1 COTTAGE), PENNSYLVANIA Avenue, tirst house
below the Mansion House. Atlantic Citv. is NOW OPEN
to receive Unests. AU eld friends heartily welcome, and
new ones also. Mils. smiuk..
b 11 2m Proprietress.
MACY HOUSE, MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE,
Atlantic City, is open the entire vear. Situ-
ated near the best bathing. Has large airy rooms,
with spring beds. Terms 15 per week.
e 25 ow uukuu it. Mali, proprietor.
ATLANTIC CITYMRS. LUNGREN (FOR
merlv of THIRTEENTH and ARCH) has taken
a line cottage on VIRGINIA AVENUB, where she is
prepared to receive boarders on reasonable terms
Address E. LUNGREN, Atlantic City. 7 11 mwst".
c
ENTRAL HOUSE,
is NOW OPEN for the reception of guests.
AlljAUllU Villi. U.f
6116W LAWLUK A TKlLLYt rrcprtotors.
THE "CIIALFONTE," ATLANTIC CITY, N.
J., is now open. Railroad from the house to the
bench. ELISUA ROBKKTS.
6 11 3m Proprietor.
TO SUMMER TOURISTS.
JJC1I1UII COAL Ac WAV. CO.'g
RAILROADS.
PLEASURE TRAVELLERS
For the Valleys or WYOMING and LEHIGH, for the
CATAWISSA RAILROAD, and for the SWITCH
BACK RAILROAD, celebrated for Its magniflcent
views, should take the
9-45 A. M. HXPRESS TRAIN from the NORTH
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DEPOT,
Corner of BERKS and AMERICAN Sts., Philada.,
Or by taking the 8-20 P. M. train from the same
depot, can go to Mauch Chunk, remain there over
night, pass over the SWITCH-BACK la the morn
ing, and continue their journey that afternoon.
Those wishing to visit MAUCH CHUNK and the
SWITCH-BACK, can take the 9-49 A. M. train, and
return to Philadelphia the same evening.
Large and well-kept Hotels at Mauch Chunk.
Wllllamsport, Wilkesbarre, and Scranton.
Passengers to WilllamsDort by the 9-45 train reach
there in nearly two hours shorter time than by any
other route.
Be sure to call for your tickets over the LEHIGH
AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD, and see that
you get them over that road.
Tickets for sale at No. 811 Chesnut street, No. 103
South Fifth street, and at North Pennsylvania Rail
road Depot. ,
i. JA. UIJIIJllll,
Master of Transportation.
.YAUIUS A. DINKEY,
7 s lmrp General Ticket Agent.
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
NEW AND ATTRACTIVE ROUTE
FOB
SUMMER TOURISTS
TO
Northern Pennsylvania, Interior New York, Buffalo,
Rochester, Niagara Falls, WatklnB' Glen, the
Great Lakes, and the West.
Also to Wliliamsport, Wllkesbarre, Scranton, Schoo-
ley's Mountain, Allentown, Mauch Chunk,
and all points In the Lehigh, Wy
oming and Susquehanna
Valleys.
Novelty, Comfort, Speed and Fine Scenery are the
attractions oi tnis route.
The attention of Summer Tourists 1b asked to this
new and attractive route, passing through the varied
scenery of the Lehigh, Wyoming and Susquehanna
Valleys, offering Comfortable Cars, Excellent Hotels
and Rapid Transit to the numerous points of Interest
named above.
FIVE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
At 7 35 A. M., 9-45 A. M., 1'45 P. M., 3-20 P. M. and
6-00 P. M. (Sundays excepted),
FROM PHILADELPHIA PASSENGER STATION,
Corner ol BERKS and AMERICAN Streets.
Tickets for BUFFALO, ROCHESTERnIAGARA.
FALLS and the WEST may be obtained at Oillce,
No. 811 CUESNDT Street.
ELLIS CL4RK, General Agent
Tickets sold and Bapgage checked through to
principal points at MANN'S NORTH PENNSYLVA
NIA DAGUAGE EXPRESS OFFICE, No. 10& South
FIFTH Street. 7 1 lm
EXCURSIONS.
OR CAPE MAY.
On and after THURSDAY, June 30, the steamer
ARROWSMITH will leave ARCH STREET WHARF
for CAPE MAY on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS,
and SATDRDAIS at 9 A. M.
Returning, will leave CAPE MAY on MONDAYS,
WBDNKSDAY8 and FRIDAYS at 8 A. M., stopping
each way at Chester and New Castle.
Fare, fi-25, including carriage hire.
Servants, $f60, ' " "
Children, tl'28, "
Horses, carriages, and freight, taken at reasonable
rates.
The ARROWSMITH is a fine, commodious steamer,
and Is fitted with every requisite for the safety and
comfort of passengers.
GEO. H. HUDDELL,
C. TAGGART,
6 S9 lot m wf tf No. 6! N. DELAWARE Avenue,
jrirfc. DAILY FIRST-CLASS EXCURSIONS
iw.aA l..l trill ttit.l nliarl.
UAUuilsb at GLOUCESTER POINT. Always a
breeze blowing. Take or send the family. Steamers
with every accommodation, (ice water, etc.) Leave
south Street every lew minutes. o ao im 4p
MEDIOAL.
DR. VAN DYKE'S TONIC AND PURIFYING
BITTERS is every where acknowledged to stand
unequalled and unrivalled as a Tonlo and Purlf riuir
Remedy. It is the only remedy In the world that
will positively and permanently cure Dyspepsia, it
In a pure Tonic, composed of the concentrated Juices
of rtrtalu roeuiclnai herbs, plants and roots. It is
prepared with a true knowledge and conception of
li.e requirements of tbe bumau system. Sold by all
druggists, bole proprietor,
JAMES M. VAN KYKB, M D.,
0 5 12mrp No. 103u RACE BUeet.
SUMMER RESORTS.
C ATE MAY.
gTOCKTON HOTEL,
CAPE MAY, N. J.,
IS NOW OrEN FOR THE RECEPTION
OF GUESTS.
Music nnder the direction of Professor CHARLES
R. DODWORTH.
Terms, 4 00 per day, or $23 per week.
CHARLES DUFFY, Proprietor,
8St J15 Formerly of the Continental Hotel, Phlla.
THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE,
OAPK I8LANn.N. J.,
18 NOW OPKN.
The bouse been (rrentlr enlsraed and improved, and
.ffam aniMtrinr lnrlnr.in.ni. tn thm. imL i n a niliAL, Anil
plenssnt boms by tbasps-side t a moderate prico.
Aridress. K. fiRIl-
'i H UB, MO. 1UM tilll!.our piroei.
or Uspe May
V .11 IU
UNITED STATES HOTEL, FORMERLY
Sherman House, Cape Island. The undersigned
respectfully lnrorras the public that he has taken the
above hotel, and will keep a plain, comfortable
house, a good table, and the best wines and liquors
that he can procure. Price of board, 17.60 per week.
The house Is now open for visitors.
6 87 lm JERE McKIBBIN, Agt.
OCEAN ROUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J. THE BEST
table on Cape Island. Numerous home-like
comforts, location within fifty yards of the best
bathing on the beach, are the principal advantages
possessed by this first-clans family hotel. No bar on
the premises. LYCETTK it SAWYER,
6 30 lm Proprietors.
CAPE ISLAND WILLIAM MASON HAS
consolidated the Continental with the favorite MKR
OH ANTS' HOTEL, joining both bouses together, and
eitendios the portico the whole length of the bailding.
1 be hotel has been renovated throughout, and tbe Sleep
ing Apartments supplied with tine Spring Mattresses.
Now open. Terms reasonable. 6 16 lm
BRYANT HOUSE, DECATUR 8TREET,
near the Bsach, Cape May, H. J., is NOW OPKN for
tbe season. House entirely new ; newly furnished turougb
out, and has a full Ocean view. Accommodations for 100
guests. NO BAR. J. U BRYANT,
8 IS lm Proprietor.
T"REMONT HOUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J
This House is now open for the reception of guests.
Rooms can be engaged at No. 1903 MOUNT VKRNON
Street, until July 1.
616 2m MRS. K, PARKINSON JONF3.
FRIENDS' COTTAGE, CAPE MAY CITY, N.
J., FRONT Street, south of Congress Hall Lawn,
and near the Ocean, is now open for the reception of
guests. 6161m 'A. P. COOK, Proprietor.
S W. CLOUD'S COTTAGE FOR BOARDEH3,
e FRANKLIN, opposite Hughes street, Cape
Island. 7 8 lm
MCMAKIN'S ATLANTIC HOTEL,
OAPK MAY, N. J.
The new Atlantic is now open.
6 25 wlm 3m JOHN McMAKIN, Proprietor.
CRE8SE COTTAGE, No. 31 FRANKLIN ST.,
Cape May, N, J. M RS. BAYLISS, Proprietress
INSURANCE.
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
NORTH AMERICA.
JANUARY I, 1870.
Incorporated 1791 Charter Perpetual.
Capital-Assets-
$500,000
$2,783,601
Losses Paid since organiza
tion $23,000,000
Beceipts of Premiums69, $1,99 1,83745
Interest from Invest
ments, 1869 114,69674
$2,106,53419
Losses paid, 1869 $1,035,38684
STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS.
First Mortgages on City Property "CC,450
United States Government and other
Loan Bonds. 1,122,S46
Railroad, Bank, and Canal Stocks 55,703
Casn In Bank and Oillce 217,020
Loans on Collateral Security 32,553
Notes Receivable, mostly Marine Pre
miums 321,944
Accrued Interest 20,357
Premiums In course of transmission. . . 85,193
Unsettled Marine Premiums 100,900
Real Estate, Oillce of Company, Phila
delphia., 30,000
Total Assets Jan. 1, I&IO i,7h:t,.vTl
DIRECTOR.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN,
SAMUEL W. JONES,
JOHN A. BROWN,
CHARLES TAYLOR,
AMBROSE WHITE,
WILLIAM WELSH,
S. MORRIS WALN,
JOHN MASON,
FRANCIS R. COPE,
EDW. II. TROTTER,
DW. S. CLARKE,
T. CHARLTON HENRY,
ALFRED D. J ESS DP,
LOUIS C. MADEIRA,
CHAS. W. CUSHMAN,
CLEMENT A. GRISCOM
; WILLIAM BROCKIE.
GEORGE L. HARRISON,
Alum u g. corn,
PRESIDENT.
ClIAUI.i:S I'LITT,
VICE-PRESIDENT.
MATTHIAS MAKIM, Secretary. felOluinly
C. II. REEVES, AsaUtant Secretary.
CUTLERY, ETO.
JODGEKS & WOSTENHOLM'S POCKET
KNOTS, Pearl and BUf bandies, and beantlfal Bnisb I
Rodger,', and Wad A Butcher's Razors, and the oela.
brated Lecooltre Bazar i Ladies' Scissors, la cases, of tba
finest quality ; Rodgers Tabls Cutlery, Oarrsrs and Forks,
Haxor Strops, Cork Borews, Eta. Ear instruments, to
assist tba b sarin, of tba most approTsd construction, at
P.f MADEIRA'S,
Ra. lis TENTH Street, below Chesnut.
CLOTHS, OASSIMERES, ETO.
O L
OTH HOUSE.
JAMES ft HUBER,
No. 11 North gfX'OrVU Street,
Sign of tbe Golden Lamb,
Aie w receiving a large and splendid assortment
of new stylea of
FANCY CASSIMEKE3
And standard makes of DOESKINS, CLOTHS aud
COATINGS, (3 83 mw
AT WHOLESALE AND R5TAIL,
REAL. ESTATE AT AUCTION.
R U 8 T E B 8'
, E 8 T A T E
SALE.
OP TBI
FREEDOM IRON AND STEEL COMPANY.
The undersigned, Mornrajrees and Trustee under
the mortgage of the FREEDOM IRON AND 8TEBL
COMPANY, which bears date February 1, 1867,
nnder and pursuant to a request and notice of
creditors, given under the provisions of the said
mortgage, for default of payment of Interest,
Will sell at public sale, at tho Philadelphia Ex
change, on TUESDAY, the 27th day or September,
A. D. 1SI0, at 12 o'clock noon, by
M. THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneers.
All the lands, tenements, hereditaments, and real
estate of whatsoever Mnd and wheresoever situate
and being of the said Freedom Iron and Steel Com
pany, and all the buildings, machine shops, machi
nery, fixtures, forges, furnaces, grist mill, ore rights,
stationary engines, saw mills, railroads and cars ef
every kind belonging to the said Company granted
In mortgage by the said Company to us by tho said
mortgage, viz. :
About thirty-nine thousand (39,000) acres of land
InMlftlinand Huntingdon counties, Pennsylvania,
on which there are erected extensive steel works,
four (4) charcoal blast furnaces, and numerous shops
and buildings, to wit:
The property known as the Freedom Iron and
Steel Works, In Mlillin county, Pennsylvania, com
prising two hundred and elghty-nlno (239) acres of
land.
One (1) charcoal blast furnace, Bessemer steel
converting house, hammer shop, rail and plate mill,
steam forge, tyre mill, water-power bloomery, cast
steel works, foundry and machine shops, old forge,
smith shop, carpenter shop, store with warehouse
attached, mansion house, odlces, 64 dwelling houses,
saw-mill, lime-kiln, stables and other buildings, with
stationery engines, machinery, and fixtures.
Also, the property known as the Greenwood Ore
Bank, In Union township, Mitllln county, containing
91 acres of land, and 20 dwelling houses and stables.
Also, the property known as the Week's Saw Mill,
In the same county, containing 2352 acres of land,
with mill and all the machinery and appurtenances
thereof. With two small tracts of land in Derry
township, Mini In county, each containing about one
acre, more or less, respectively known as the Cun
ningham and Ryan lots, and two small tracts of land,
containing about one acre and one-fourth of an acre,
respectively, known as the Hostetter lot, and tho
Stroup Houbc and lot, In Union township, Mlillin
county.
Also, about 17,400 acres of unseated lands, in
Mitllln county.
Also, the right to take ore on the Mulhersbaagh
farm, in Decatur township, Miilllu county, at a
royalty of 25 cents per ton.
Together with about 907 acres of land, in Hunting
don county, known as the Greenwood Furnace
tract, with two charcoal blast furnaces, known as
the Greenwood Furnaces,with engines and flxtures,
with mansion house, 17 stables, carpenter shop,
blacksmith shop, 82 dwelling houses, offlees and
store, one grist mill, with stable and bulldngs of
every description, railroad and ore cars.
Also, the property known as tho Monroe Furnace,
in Barre township, Huntingdon county, containing
about 179 acres of land, with nine dwelling-houses,
stables, carpenter shop, smith shop, store and oillce
building.
Also, about 17,200 acres of land, In Huntingdon
county (of which 637 acres are seated and partly im
proved). Together with all and singular the corpo
rate rights, privileges, and franchises of the said
Company.
The foregoing properties will be sold In one parcel
or lot, in payment of the bonds of the said Freedom
Iron and Steel Company, amounting to $500,000,
with interest from February 1, 1369, secured by tho
said mortgage to the trustees, under the terms of
which this sale is made, the said mortgage being a
first mortgage on the said property. The terms of
tale of the property above described will be as fol
lows :
12000 in cash, to be paid when the property Is
struck oir. The balance te be paid in cash upon tho
execution of the deed to the purchaser.
The Trustees will also sell at the same time and
place, and under the same request and notice of
creditors, all the right, title, and Interest or tho
Trustees, as mortgagees In trust, of, in, and to the
following described properties, viz. : .
The property known as the Yoder Farm, In Brown
township, Mitllln county, containing 153 acres, 124
perches, composed of two tracts as follows :
Beginning at stone in road, thence by land or John
D. Barr, north B3 degrees east, 102 3-10 perches to
stone ; thence by land or Joseph B. Zook, north 44 v
degrees west, 202 3-10 perches, to stone ; thence by
land or John Hooley, south 4C degrees west 102 1-10
perches, to stone ; thence south 41. degrees cast,
190 6-10 perches, to the place or beginning contain
ing one hundred and twenty-flve acres and twelve
perches net measure.
Also all that other certain tract or land adjoining
above, beginning at stone In road, thence up said
road, north 44 deg. west, 67 5-10 perches, to stone ;
thence by land or John Hooley, south 45 deg. west,
79 6-10 perces to stones ; thence by land or David L.
Yoder, south 42 deg. east, 66 8-10 perches, to stone
in road; thence along said road and by land of
Gideon Yoder, north 4C.V deg. east, 81 1-10 perches,
to the place of beginning containing thirty-three
acres and one hundred and twelve perches, net mea
sure. The same .being subject to mortgage given to
secure bonds, amounting to f 11,733-34, upon $:!S00
or which Interest is due from April 1, 1363, and on
balance of said bonds Interest Is due from Aprif l,
1B63.
Also, the property known as the Williams farm, as
follows .
All that certain tract of land situate in Derry
township, Mlillin county, Pa., bounded and described
as lollows:
Beginning at a chesnut, corner of lands of Philip
Martz, thence by lands of William Henney and
Samuel McManamy, north 37 degrees west, kt)3r
perches, to a hickory; thence by lands of Samuel
McManamy, north 17 degrees west, 17 perches;
thence by land of James M. Martin, south 75 de
grees west, 22 perches, to a post ; thence by land or
Johnston Sigler, south 67 degrees west, 109 perches,
to a hickory ; thence by lands of Peter Townsend s
heirs, south 37 degrees east, 91 perches, tostoues;
thence by land of heirs of John McDjnell, deceased,
and Mrs. Mcllvain, north 60 degrees east, 9
perches, to a post; thence by land of Philip Martz,
north degrees east, 69; perches, to the place of
beginning cuntalnlng one hundrul and seven acres
and twenty-nine perches of land, and allowance.
Tills property is charged with a mortgage, given
to secure bonds for ti250, with interest at 6 per
cei,t. per annum, from November &, IStiS.
Also, the property knou as the Stroup Ore Bank,
In Union township, Mlillin county, containing about
nine acres and eighty-nine perches.
The last named property is sabjeet to a mortgage
gh en to secure a bond for $1000, bearing Interest at
tbe rate ol 6 per cent, per annum from July 2S,
Tlie terms of sale of the last three described
properties will be as follows:
Twenty-live dollars la cash to be paid upon each
when they are respectively struck oil'.
The balance of the purchase money of each to be
paid in CHhti upon the execution of the conveyance
to the purchaser.
n iTAK ,UU1UU,
JAMES T. YOUNG, Trustee.
LNOJH LEWIS, )
M. THOMAS A SONS,
6 27 nub, tS27 Auctioneers.
WINES.
CHOICE TAQLE
ALBEHT C. 110 BERTS,
Dealer in t ins UiOceii,
11 7; Oorusr ELEVENTH and YUNK Sues'.,
FIFTH EDITION
TIZJJ LATEST rJCC7S.
FROM EUROPE.
(Jnlrter relltlrnl Ferlln-Funds AdvaaalaK.
L01.DON, July 115 P. M The feeling W
much quieter both here and at Taris, and thor
lmpresslon Is fast gaining ground that the ques
tion between Prussia and France will be settled
without resorting to extreme measures. Securi
ties of all kinds have advanced several per cent,
since morning, and the tendency is still upward.
American five-twenties, which were 80, at 1
o'clock, have just closed at 88', and other
funds havo advanced proportionately. A much
better feeling prevails on the Paris Bourse. At
2 o'clock rentes were CM. 40c a very decldffd,
advance.
FR OM WASHIJI O TON.
The Fundinc BUI.
Despatch to the Associated PrtM.
Washington, July 11 The conference coin
mlttec on the Funding bill have agreed to pro
vide for an issue of one thousand millions
thirty-year bonds at 4 per cent., three hundred
millions fiftcen-ycar bonds; at i4 and tw-
hundred millions ten-year bonds at T per cent.
RASE BALL.
Athletic TS. C'hlcaiK.
SjHcial Despatch to the Evening TclcjfauK
Athletic Bash Ball Grounds, Seven
teenth and Coli'mhia AvExiE, June 11
About five thousand spectators are present to
witness the game between the champion Ath
letics and the White Stocking Club, of Chicago..
The weather is very favorable.
A protracted dispute arose about the umpire.
Mr. William Osterholt, of the West Philadelphia
Club,was finally agreed upon, and at ten minute
of four the game commenced, the Athletics at
the bat, the White Stockings having won the
toss.
PLATED WARE.
J. E. . LDWELL & CO.
JEWELLERS,
No. 902 CHESNUT 8treet,
Call attention to their very complete and regular'.
maintained stock of
ELEGANT PLATED WARES
FKOM TUB
Gorham Manufacturing' Company,
Whose productions are universally admitted t
have Introduced a hlghet style ef ART than bju
hitherto been found In such manufactures.
They have a very full line or
COFFEE AND TEA SERVICES,
DINNER AND DESSERT SKRVIC3L
TUREENS, GAME DISHES, VEGETABLE DISHES
PITCHERS, WAITERS, GOBLETS, CUPS,
CAKE BASKETS, ETC. ETC.
NEW, USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL PIECES
SIGNED FOR FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
Complete Table Outfits
In plain practical designs and matching throughout
At Fixed Prices, commending
tli cm to closest buyers.
6 1 wfmtfrp
FOR SALE.
MFOIt SALE A VALUABLE LAGER BEER
BREWERY, on FIFTH Street. This pro
perty Is situated between Adams and Monroe
streets, Wilmington, Delaware. The building U
large and was erected for a brewery. The vaults
arc cut out of the solid rock. There Is a good steam
engine, with boilers; also tanks, vats, mills, etc.
The lot Is 173 feet on Monroe street, and 130 feet on
Fifth. There is a garden 00 feet by 130 feet. This la
a most desirable property. An excellent trade can
be done in Wilmington and through Delaware and
Maryland. The purchaser can have his own time
for payment. Very little cash Is required. An enter
prising, skilful brewer can make a fortune in a short
time. The brewery Is supplied bv the City Water
Works with Water from the Brandy wine. This water
is celebrated for its excellent qualities in the manu
facture of ale and lager beer. There are at least
forty beer saloons in the city of Wilmington. There
Is direct communication by railroad with Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Reading, Lancaster, Kennett Square,
West CheBter, and with all the towns on the Penin
sula, and by steamboat as well as rait with Philadel
phia and New York. Wilmington possesses peculiar
facilities for manufactures of all kinds, and this
brewery oilers a rare chance ror a man with a small
capital.
Apply to A. II. GRIMSIIAW, Real Estate Agent,
Nosv 2 and 4 West THIRD Street, Wiluilugtou, Del. ;
or to M. THOMAS & SONS, Nos. 139 and 141 South
FOURTH Street, Philadelphia. T 6 lot
TO RENT.
TO LET THE STORE PROPERTY NO.
723 Ohesnot street, twentj-Bra feat front, ens has)
dred and fortj fire feet deep te Bennett street Baal
buildings fire stories high. Possession Mai 1, 1370. Ad
dress THOMAS & FLKTOUKB.
18 lutt Delanoo. W. J.
TO RENT THREE-STORY DWELL
ING, with back buildings, situated in
(VtVl!DVUU C , . Un I'll
VJ Vl V, l.I .Okl UUID.l, , . . .,11,
between Front and Second,
with all the modern improvements.
Appljto AARON Hl'RI.KY.
o fo No. 2t H. 8K VJCVI'II Street.
STOVES. RANOE3, ETO.
rVMIE AMERICAN STOVE AND HOLLOW-WAR G
X COMPANY,
PHILADKLP11IA.
IRON FOUNDERS.
President, General Manager,
J. EDGAR THOMSON. JAMES UOKY.
Successors to
North, Chase & North, Sharpe i Thomson, and E lgAr
L. Thomson, Manufacturers of
STOVES,
TINNED,
ENAMELLED, an.il
HEAVY' HOLLOW WAUK.
FOUNDRY, SECOND aud MIFFLIN Streets.
OFFICE, No. 209 N. SEWN D Street. -FRANKLIN
LAWRENCE, EDM I N D B, SMITH
1 21 wfm tim
OENT.'S F.URNISHINQ QOOPS.
JflNE DRESS, IMPROVED SHOULDER
SEAM
PATTEHN SIIIIlTfeE,
MADE BY E. EAYRE,
KH 1. KIYTII St.. liMou' Arch.
C. & A. PEQUIGNOT, f
MANUFACTURERS OF
j WATCI1 CAHs,
AND DEALERS IN AMERICAN A,0 FORSiaM
! Wo. 603 CH'S,UT Street.
1 14 AM' FACTOR f, N ft siU:n y;yra &;.-vc

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